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as·que·ro·so  Both Genders - Noun - Singular
Plural: asquerosos
Feminine: asquerosa
Plural and Feminine: asquerosas
  1. Translate "asqueroso" to English: creep, unpleasant person, scuzz
    Spanish Synonyms of "asqueroso": repulsivo, persona desagradable, persona repulsiva, cardo, malangel

asqueroso  Adjective
  1. Translate "asqueroso" to English: loathsome, disgusting, filthy, nasty, gross, nauseating, repugnant, revolting, sleazy, assy, Augean, bletcherous, corksacking, corrupted, cruddy, degraded, distasteful, effing, fierce, groady, groady to the max, groaty, groaty to the max, groddy, groddy to the max, grody, grotty, grotty to the max, messy, neglected, salty, sleazo, sleazoid, squalid, unpleasant
    Spanish Synonyms of "asqueroso": antipático, desagradable, odioso, abominable, aborrecible, detestable, repudiable
    Define meaning of "asqueroso": Que causa asco, malestar físico o de origen sicológico causado por algo muy desagradable.

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